The Conditions of Train Wrecks Essay

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united states marine corps COMBAT LOGISTICS BATTALION 1 39Th MARINE EXPEDITIONARY UNIT unit 342423 apo 3343433433 IN REPLY REFER TO: 1000 Maint 20 JUN 12 From: Cpl Brooke, K. N. XXX XX 3745/2171 USMC To: Maintenance Platoon SNCOIC Subj: AUTOBIOGRAPHY 1. Cpl Brooke is from Marne, MI. His mother, Hazel works as the business office manager at Heartland Healthcare of Grand Rapids and his father, John is the head engineer at Rockten Papermill in East Stroudsburg. He has an older brother, Charles, who works in the maintenance section for Heartland Healthcare of Grand Rapids and five younger sisters, the eldest is currently attending Grand Rapids Community College, the other four are still currently in middle school and elementary school accordingly. 2. On 4 January, 2010 he enlisted in the Marine Corps. He obtained the rank of Private First Class (PFC) on 1 July, 2010, six months after enlisting. Seven months later he was promoted on 2 February, 2011 to the rank of Lance Corporal (LCpl), meritoriously, from MOS school graduating as the honor graduate of his class. Nine months later he was promoted on 1 November, 2011 to the rank of Corporal (Cpl) while being stationed at CLB-31. 3. After Graduating as an Electro-Optical Ordnance Repairer from MOS school at Ft. Lee, VA, Cpl Brooke received orders to CLB-31, Okinawa Japan where he serves as the Optics NCOIC, Primary Embarkation Representative, and Ordnance Maintenance Chief for Maintenance Platoon. 4. Cpl Brooke graduated from Coopersville Public High School, Coopersville, MI in 2008. 5. He currently has no personal decorations. K. N. BROOKE -----------------------

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